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Liberty Way, Sunderland, SR6 0GL

Open Daily 10:00 - 17:00 Call: 0191 515 5555

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Christopher Mchugh

Towards a Sunderland Ware for the 21st Century: Using Ceramics to Monumentalise and Materialise Identity and Narrative in the Post-Industrial Age.

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Jungwon Park

An expression of space derived by forming a hybrid of Eastern and Western perspective of the concept of space and shown in practical ceramic works

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Hyo-Sun Kim

The possibility of risk: an exploration of failure as success through the creation of contemporary ceramics artwork based upon the Korean Moon Jar

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Neil Ewins

Decline of the Staffordshire ceramic industries and its production relocation to the Far East

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Nick Renshaw

The standing, nature, potentials and significance of international, cross-cultural ceramic art residencies.

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Rosette Gault

Innovation in Paperclay Ceramic Arts

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Fiona Thompson

Representations of tourism expressed through creative ceramic practice, with an emphasis on the printed photographic image.

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Carol Metcalfe

New Ash Glazes from Arable Crop Waste: Exploring the use of straw from Pisum sativum (Combining Pea) and Vicia faba (Field Bean).

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